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This Robotic Glove Helps You Improve Your Freehand Drawing Skills http://ow.ly/2VZipB
By The Engineer - March, 14th 2015. Robotics has come a far way from being just a concept and now we are witnessing a rise in applications of robots. The latest installment comes in the form of a robotic glove known as 'Teacher'. The Teacher improves the drawing skills of users by forcing them ...
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Integration of Small UAS into U.S. Aviation System http://ow.ly/2VpVNB
This post is the latest in the Drones and Small Unmanned Aerial Systems Special Series, which profiles interesting information, thoughts and research into using  drones, UAVs or remotely piloted ve...
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Video Monday: #Robot Snake Monster, Nao in a Ball Pit, and Holidays Are Over http://ow.ly/2SUr9u
We're spending this week looking for robots at CES, and just in case we don't find any, here's a bunch of post-holiday videos
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Didn't get a chance to see our holiday #robot video?
No worries, you can check out Video Monday over at @IEEESpectrum.
http://ow.ly/GPXLq
We're spending this week looking for robots at CES, and just in case we don't find any, here's a bunch of post-holiday videos
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3D Printing Researchers Aim to Improve Hip & Knee Replacement http://ow.ly/2SdZnU
3DPrinted hip-implants are supporting better bone growth. What's the future hold for 3D Printed implants?
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Tiny robotic backup dancers controlled by a singer’s voice #MusicMonday #Robotics http://ow.ly/2Sa8tA
Via Wired. Typically, at a concert, we expect the performers to be people. Here, humans share the bill with a chorus of cube-shaped robots. Echoooooooo, an “eight-channel robotic choir,” was create...
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Children Can Now Learn To Write With These Teaching Robots http://ow.ly/2VZipE
The system uses tablet computers and two foot tall friendly humanoid robots to help teach grade school students how to write.
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Robear Is The Cutest Robotic Nurse That Will Care For You When You Are Sick http://ow.ly/2VpVNt
Meet ‘Robear’ – a robot that is cute yet powerful enough to lift a patient from a wheel chair and carry them around.
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Didn't get a chance to see our holiday #robot video?
No worries, you can check out Video Monday over at @IEEESpectrum.
http://ow.ly/GPXLq
We're spending this week looking for robots at CES, and just in case we don't find any, here's a bunch of post-holiday videos
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Dr. Mahdi Haghshenas-Jaryani discusses "A Pneumatically Actuated Soft-and-Rigid Hybrid System for Continuous Passive Motion in Hand Rehabilitation" at next week's #UTARIBrownBag
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From the UTARI family to yours, we wish you a safe and happy holiday!
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Meet Nao, a cute and friendly humanoid #robot that can do Tai chi http://ow.ly/2REhcl
It costs around $8,000, but Paris-based Aldebaran's Nao could be the start of a wave of social robots.
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UTARI’s mission is to bridge the gap between academic research and product development in the areas of Product Engineering, Biomedical Technologies, and Robotics, and is a major source of research revenue for UT Arlington. We collaborate with UT Arlington faculty to promote undergraduate and graduate education by providing opportunities for exciting and stimulating research and development. We also collaborate with government, industry, and university partners to facilitate early stage product development in our three disciplines. We host symposiums, consortia, and events to bring together our partners to focus on specific issues. We concentrate on developing and maintaining a talented work force for not just UTARI but for the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. We provide opportunities for our partners by having an interdisciplinary team of engineers working together in a state of the art facility.
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